Columbia Missourian 1/15/17: Nick Peckham proves that sustainable living is attainable and cost-effective
Before he moved into his new house, Nick Peckham paid up to $200 a month for electricity. After the first month in the new home, he owed nothing. Instead, he earned a credit of almost $180 from Columbia Power & Light. The home’s energy-efficient building design had given him a residence with absolutely no energy […]
Columbia Business Times 6/6/16: Top of the Town: Top Architect
Second Place — Peckham Architecture Owner and architect Nick Peckham specializes in comprehensive anticipatory design service and sustainable design. Peckham’s architectural career began in 1973, and he has a passion for sustainable design, recently building the most energy efficient home in Missouri, according to the Passive House Institute of the United Sates.
Columbia Business Times 3/24/16: The Greenest House on Earth
… As I pull into the long gravel drive, a small green and white sign catches my eye: “The Greenest House on Earth.” “That’s the only thing I do,” Peckham says. “If you don’t want to do something that’s environmentally responsible, go get somebody else. It just doesn’t make sense.” … “I wanted this to […]
Columbia Business Times 4/17/09: Architects gain notoriety with sustainable business model
Nick Peckham moved to Columbia from Pennsylvania 35 years ago to teach architecture at Stephens College. Although the architecture program didn’t work out, Peckham has given the entire community practical lessons on sustainability and environmental stewardship in architecture. When Peckham sought a partner who shared his vision, he found local architect Brad Wright. The two […]